Empowering and educating college students to be engaged in the community year-round through action, education, and sharing our community’s Jewish values.
How They Support Campuses
Our Civic engagement and Voter Education interns work to keep college students at the UW-Madison plugged in to the community. Working with work with students from all across campus, we’re living our commitment to make our community a better place to live through Voter Education sessions, leadership development, facilitating dialogues, and more. We welcome everyone’s involvement!
Nonpartisanship guides the actions of the Students Learn Students Vote Coalition. It guides how we interact with colleges, universities, faculty, administrators, students, community organizations, and local leaders. It allows us to focus on building the strongest relationships possible with community organizations and higher education institutions working to improve voter access and create opportunities for students to participate in the democratic process. Most importantly, we are nonpartisan because we believe elections should be inclusive and we envision a democracy that is truly of all people, by all people, and for all people. The SLSV Coalition does not support or oppose any political party or candidate. We encourage and urge individuals and organizations we work with to become politically active, because we do not believe that political equals partisan. The views expressed by our members are their own and do not constitute the views or position of the SLSV Coalition.